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Globe Division Globe Engineering Sdn bhd RA Leader: Nicholas Irwing Approved by: Aizuddin Arman

Process: 6 Wet Riser G.I C Pipe Installation. RA Member 1: Lawrence Chinappan Signature:
Process/Activity Location: UOA Southbank, Kuala Lumpur. RA Member 2: Muhd. Hasbi

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1a Unload the pipes, Heavy Suspended 1. Forklif is only operated/driven 3 3 9 1. Forklif operator to check the 3 2 6 Project Manager,
fittings and other suspended loads to fall on by trained and designated driver. Forklif and its components to be Work Supervisor
loose materials out loads personnel, 2. No personnel to be present near suitable and compatible for the and Project
from the lorry using causing major or under the suspended load at any particular load handling. Engineer.
Forklif fracture and circumstance. 2. The unloading area to be
multiple barricaded to prevent unauthorized
injuries. personnel entry.
1b Forklifs Forklif or the 1. The unloading operation to be 3 3 9 1. Avoid performing the unloading 3 2 6 Project Manager,
operators suspended provided with a signalman. work at narrowed/limited space. Work Supervisor
view blind loads to hit and Project
spot personnel or Engineer.
the lorrys body
causing major
fracture and
multiple
injuries.
2a Transfer the pipes Moving Forklif to hit 1. Forklif is only operated by 3 4 12 1. Banksmen to be appointed and 3 2 6 Project Manager,
and the materials to Forklif personnel trained operator. tasked to clear the route for Work Supervisor
the storage area causing major 2. Forklif operator to perform daily Forklif during the pipe and and Project
fracture and inspection of the forklif, to material transfer operation Engineer.
using Forklif
multiple ensure that the forklif is in safe 2. Banksmen and Forklif to
injuries. work condition before daily maintain a robust communication
usage. during transporting the pipes
3. To sound horn while the forklif (long materials)
is driven pass any vision blocked 3. Forklif operator to establish eye
area. contact with pedestrian during
the forklif is driven.
4. To turn ON the lights of the
forklif while operating in dark
area or indoor.

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Globe Division Globe Engineering Sdn bhd RA Leader: Nicholas Irwing Approved by: Aizuddin Arman
Process: 6 Wet Riser G.I C Pipe Installation. RA Member 1: Lawrence Chinappan Signature:
Process/Activity Location: UOA Southbank, Kuala Lumpur. RA Member 2: Muhd. Hasbi

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3a Storing the G.I pipes Heavy Ergonomics 1. Application of buddy system of 3 2 6 1. Usage of mobilization tools, i.e: 2 2 4 Project Engineer
and materials at the Material causing work for manual lifing. Pallet Jack for fine adjustment of and Work
approved Musculoskeletal locating the pipe. Supervisor
storage/laydown Disorder , 2. Implementing correct lifing
area. upper limb method while performing pipe
disorder, sprain lifing work.
and lacerations. 3. Avoid placing the pipes on the
ground level to ease the pipe
placement and retrieving the
pipes.
3b Unauthorize Sharp edged 1. The storage area is barricaded 2 2 4 1. To display signage containing 2 1 2 Project Engineer
d access to materials and with barricade tape. Ownership, company name, and Work
the stored protruding 2. To place the materials away from contact number and the project Supervisor
materials parts causing the pedestrian walkway or title of the stored material.
First aid leveled vehicles traveling route. 2. Lock and secure any hazardous
injury including tools, equipments and materials
minor cuts and even if it is located in the
bruises. barricaded parameter as double
protection, preventing the objects
to be easily accessed, operated or
taken away.
4a Apply zinc chromate Hazardous Acute Effect: 1. Using PPE related such as Safety 3 4 12 1. Perform the work or the usage 2 3 6 Work Supervisor.
primer coat on the airborne Causes serious Glass, 3 ply face mask and gloves. of the primer in open space.
pipes. particles. eye irritation, 2. Only trained personnel are 2. Provide positive and negative
harmful if performing the job. mechanical ventilation near the
inhaled, place where is performed.
respiratory 3. Perform work rotation for the
irritation. work to be done.
Chronic Effect: 4. Keep the primer can closed and
Occupational only opened whenever the need

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Globe Division Globe Engineering Sdn bhd RA Leader: Nicholas Irwing Approved by: Aizuddin Arman
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Process/Activity Location: UOA Southbank, Kuala Lumpur. RA Member 2: Muhd. Hasbi

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Asthma, Lung of use to reduce the airborne


cancer. release onto the air.

4b Flammable Fire and minor 3. Work is to be done in open area 4 3 12 1. Type ABC fire extinguisher is 3 2 6 Work Supervisor.
airborne explosion, with natural ventilation. located close to the work area.
particles causing burns, 4. Work area is isolated from critical 2. Buddy system for primer
released to major injury area through distance. application work.
the air. and property 3. Remove all heat sources and
damages. combustible materials from the
area surrounding the work zone.
4. Provide positive and negative
mechanical ventilation near the
place where is performed
5. Keep the primer can closed and
only opened whenever the need
of use to reduce the airborne
5a Measure, mark and Sharp edge Bodily injury 1. Wearing Working Glove or cut 3 2 6 1. Designated work station is 3 1 3 Work Supervisor
cut the G.I pipe into of the saws such as cut to resistant glove. established for pipe gripping
required/desired teeth hand or fingers 2. Practice of buddy to hold the purpose.
length using cut off pipe at the end as pipe gripping. 2. Fasten the pipe using the fastener
machine. so it does not slip away.
3. Ensure all guards are fitted,
secure and functional. Do not
operate if guards are missing or
faulty.
4. Inspect the cut off wheel for chips
and cracks.
5. Do not grind on the side of cutoff
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Globe Division Globe Engineering Sdn bhd RA Leader: Nicholas Irwing Approved by: Aizuddin Arman
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wheel.
6. Do not have any part of body in
line with the path of the abrasive
disc

5b Awkward Ergonomics, 1. Take break to relax body 3 2 6 1.Perform work rotation for 3 1 3 Work Supervisor
position causing sprains, whenever there is a need for it. continuous work operation.
while backache, 2. Setup work bench equipped with
performing shoulder injury table vise as well as stand vise on
the work. and wrist both end of pipes to grip firmly.
sprain.
5c. Flying Debris or 1. Safety glass is worn to as eye 3 2 6 1. Frequent housekeeping to be 3 1 3 Work Supervisor
debris/ pipe pipedust to protection. performed
dust enter persons 2. Do not perform the work near
eyes, causing windy area, to watch for the wind
damage to the direction.
eye ball. 3. Use Industrial vacuum cleaner to
suck in the dust and debris
produced by the work process.
6a Clean off the debris Flying debris Debris to 1.Using safety glass while 3 2 6 1.Ensure that the wind direction or 3 1 3 Work Supervisor
from the pipes of the pipes contaminate performing the work the mechanical wind blower is
surface and chamfer dust personnels not directed towards the workers.
eyes and dust is 2.Perform regular housekeeping
the pipe end with
inhaled into afer every work.
files humans body. 3.Use Industrial vacuum cleaner to
suck in the dust and debris
produced by the work process.
4.Do not bring the unclean pipe
near to the face.

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6b Rough Files teeth 1. Wearing hand protection when 2 3 6 1.Ensure the tools used (file) are in 2 2 4 Work Supervisor
surface of surface to cause performing the work and during good condition, especially the
the file injury to human the filing work. files handle.
skin, laceration 2.Do not hold the file on the rough
and minor cuts. surface.
3.Ensure there is no presence of
any personnel near to the
working zone while performing
the filing work.

6c Awkward Ergonomics, 1. Placing the pipe on a work table 3 2 6 1.Using a work bench equipped 3 1 3 Work Supervisor
posture causing sprains, during the filing work. with table vise to grip the pipe.
while filing backache, 2.Perform work rotation for
the pipe shoulder injury continuous work operation.
end. and wrist
sprain.
7a Applying Primer on Hazardous Acute Effect: 1. Using Personal Protective 3 4 12 5. Perform the work or the usage 2 3 6 Work Supervisor.
the Pipe surface that airborne Causes serious Equipment related such as of the primer in open space.
will be glued to particles. eye irritation, Safety glass, 3-ply face 6. Provide positive and negative
another joint. harmful if mask, and gloves. mechanical ventilation near the
inhaled, 2. Only trained personnel are place where is performed.
respiratory performing the job. 7. Perform work rotation for the
irritation. work to be done.
Chronic Effect: 8. Do not use bare hand to handle
Occupational the primer, use brush provided
Asthma, Lung in the primer can.
cancer. 9. Keep the primer can closed and
only opened whenever the need
of use to reduce the airborne
release onto the air.

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Globe Division Globe Engineering Sdn bhd RA Leader: Nicholas Irwing Approved by: Aizuddin Arman
Process: 6 Wet Riser G.I C Pipe Installation. RA Member 1: Lawrence Chinappan Signature:
Process/Activity Location: UOA Southbank, Kuala Lumpur. RA Member 2: Muhd. Hasbi

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7b Flammable Fire and minor 5. Work is to be done in open area 4 3 12 6. Type ABC fire extinguisher is 3 2 6 Work Supervisor.
airborne explosion, with natural ventilation. located close to the work area.
particles causing burns, 6. Work area is isolated from critical 7. Buddy system for primer
released to major injury area through distance. application work.
the air. and property 8. Remove all heat sources and
damages. combustible materials from the
area surrounding the work zone.
9. Provide positive and negative
mechanical ventilation near the
place where is performed
10. Keep the primer can closed
and only opened whenever the
need of use to reduce the
airborne
8a Applying pipe Hazardous Acute Effect: 1. Using Personal Protective 3 4 12 1.Perform the work or the usage of 2 3 6 Work Supervisor.
glue/cement on the airborne Causes serious Equipment related such as Safety the primer in open space.
pipe surface particles. eye irritation, glass, 3-ply face mask, and gloves. 2.Provide positive and negative
harmful if 2. Only trained personnel are mechanical ventilation near the
inhaled, performing the job. place where is performed.
respiratory 3.Perform work rotation for the
irritation. work to be done.
Chronic Effect: 4.Do not use bare hand to handle
Occupational the primer, use brush provided in
Asthma, Lung the primer can.
cancer. 5.Keep the primer can closed and
only opened whenever the need
of use to reduce the airborne
release onto the air.

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Globe Division Globe Engineering Sdn bhd RA Leader: Nicholas Irwing Approved by: Aizuddin Arman
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8b Flammable Fire and minor 1. Work is to be done in open area 4 3 12 1.Type ABC fire extinguisher is 3 2 6 Work Supervisor.
airborne explosion, with natural ventilation. located close to the work area.
particles causing burns, 2. Work area is isolated from critical 2.Buddy system for primer
released to major injury area through distance. application work.
the air. and property 3. Remove all heat sources and
damages. combustible materials from the
area surrounding the work zone.
4. Provide positive and negative
mechanical ventilation near the
place where is performed
5. Keep the primer can closed and
only opened whenever the need
of use to reduce the airborne
9a Jointing the pipe Human Ergonomics, 1. Using help of working mate to 3 3 9 1. Applying correct amount of pipe 3 2 6 Work Supervisor
spool/pipe compression Musculoskeletal compress the pipe joints together. glue (pipe cement), adhering the
connection energy to Disorder , 2. Placing the pipe end on the floor pipe suppliers standard to ease
manually by pressing compress upper limb and using the body weight to the pipe compression.
both pipe joints the pipe disorder, sprain compress the pipe joints together 2. Joint the pipe end slowly to
together fittings and lacerations reduce the air traps between
together. both of the connections.
10 Carrying and Scaffold Falling object to 1. Complete PPE to be worn during 3 3 9 1. Two people are deployed to carry 2 2 4 Working
a transferring of the members hit persons work not limited to safety gloves, the scaffolds member at the both Supervisor &
Scaffold members sharp edges. head causing glass, shoe and hard hat. end. Scaffold
head injury. 2. Inspect the scaffold members to Supervisor
be in good and safe condition
before use.
3. Repair and protect sharp edges
and protruding parts of the
scaffold members before use.

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10 Heavy Ergonomics 1. Practice buddy system working 3 3 9 1.Do not carry more than one 3 2 6 Working
b scaffold causing during scaffold members scaffold member at one time. Supervisor &
members. Musculoskeletal mobilization and installation. 2.Only carry scaffold members and Scaffold
Disorder , not the pre-erected scaffold Supervisor
upper limb structure.
disorder, sprain 3.Use mobilization tools and
and lacerations powered lifers during
transportation of the scaffold
members.
4.Place the scaffold members as
close as possible to the working
area or the project area while
receiving the delivery of the
members from the lorry.
11 Erect a Scaffold near Unauthorize Unrelated 1. Barricade the scaffold erection 3 3 9 1. Supervisor to ensure only related 3 2 6 Scaffold
a the area where the d individual person to be hit work parameter before start of individuals are present at the Supervisor.
pipe installation will presence at by scaffold scaffold erection. work site of scaffold erection.
take place. work area. members, 2. To post adequate safety sign on
hollow GI pipes the outer diameter barricaded
and other work zone.
falling objects.
11 Scaffold Minor cuts and 1. Complete PPE to be worn during 3 3 9 1. Two people are deployed to carry 2 2 4 Scaffold
b members bruises, work not limited to safety gloves, the scaffolds member at the both Supervisor
sharp edges. laceration, glass, shoe and hard hat. end.
minor fractures, 2. Inspect the scaffold members to
minor injury to be in good and safe condition
head. before use.
3. Repair and protect sharp edges
and protruding parts of the
scaffold members before use.

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11 Heavy Ergonomics 1. Practice buddy system working 3 3 9 1. Do not carry more than one 3 2 6 Scaffold
c scaffold causing during scaffold members scaffold member at one time. supervisor.
members. Musculoskeletal mobilization and installation. 2. Only carry scaffold members and
Disorder , not the pre-erected scaffold
upper limb structure.
disorder, sprain 3. Use mobilization tools and
and lacerations powered lifers during
transportation of the scaffold
members.
4. Place the scaffold members as
close as possible to the working
area or the project area while
receiving the delivery of the
members from the lorry.
11 Working at Fall from 1. Employees/individual working 5 3 15 1. Supervisor to ensure that the 4 2 8 Scaffold
d height. height, causing above 2 meter of height from lanyard is firmly hooked (100% Supervisor
fatalities, ground is mandatory to wear full tie-off) onto a robust anchor
serious injury, body safety harness with double point or lifeline.
major fractures lanyard. 2. Separate or special Tool Box
and multiple Meeting to be conducted by the
injuries scaffold supervisor to the all
scaffold erectors.
3. Never be present alone on the
scaffold or perform the scaffold
erection with buddy.

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11 Falling Falling object to 1.All the scaffold erectors and any 4 3 12 1.Scaffold erectors working at the 3 2 6 Scaffold
e objects. hit persons person entering the scaffold top level of the scaffold must Supervisor
head causing erecting work parameter shall wear hard hats chin strap during
head injury. wear hard hat. the erection.
2.All the tools used during the
scaffold erection must be
equipped with lanyard.
3.Remove unwanted loose
materials on the platform.
4.Install Toe-boards at the all edges
of the working platforms.
12 Transfer the pipe Heavy Ergonomics, 1. Application of buddy system of 3 2 6 1. Use of mobilization tools to 2 2 4 Work Supervisor
a spools to the new material causing sprains, work for manual lifing. transport the pipes manually.
WWT Plant and near backache, 2. Usage of cotton glove and 2. The workers are briefed on the
shoulder injury working glove while carrying, correct body posture while
the installation area
and wrist lifing and fine adjusting the pipes performing lifing work.
by sprain. manually.
manually carrying
the pipe spool.

13 Accessing and Unknown Scaffold to 1. Only access scaffold that has 5 3 15 1. Work supervisor to check and 5 2 10 Work Supervisor
a working on the Condition of topple, causing been inspected and tagged Green ensure that the scaffold tag is still
scaffold. the scaffold fatality, major (safe for use). valid during the need of access
fracture and and is signed off by a competent
multiple major scaffold inspector, the scaffold
injuries. inspectors competency
certificate should be valid till date
of inspection.
2. Special Tool Box Meeting to be
conducted to the workers
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working on a scaffold. The Tool


Box Meeting should explain the
need of workers to escalate to the
supervisor in event of defective
scaffold erection or unsuitability
structure erected of the scaffold
to the task performed.
3. Prohibition of workers to access
the scaffold without work
supervisors acknowledgement or
without availability of buddy
system.
4. Work supervisor to ensure and
check that the person working on
the scaffold and working at height
does not have signs of
Acrophobia (fear of height) and is
in fit condition mentally and
physically before commencing the
work.
5. . Workers to anchor their
harnesss lanyard to a robust
anchorage point and to test the
steadiness of the anchorage line,
especially on the anchorages
which are part of the scaffold.
6. Darco design team to avoid or
reduce a system design which
requires the pipes to be installed
at height.

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13 Working at Fall from 1. Employees/individual working 5 3 15 1. Supervisor to ensure that the 4 2 8 Work Supervisor
b height height, causing above 2 meter of height from lanyard is firmly hooked (100%
fatalities, ground is mandatory to wear full tie-off) onto a robust anchor
serious injury, body safety harness with double point or lifeline.
major fractures lanyard. 2. Separate or special Tool Box
and multiple Meeting to be conducted by the
injuries scaffold supervisor to the all
scaffold erectors.
3. Never be present alone on the
scaffold or perform the scaffold
erection with buddy.
4. Workers to not over reach or
access out from the scaffold
during working on the top of the
scaffold.
5. Work supervisor to ensure the
type of work done are as planned
and according to the type of
scaffold erected.

13 Falling Falling object to 1. Work parameter below the 4 3 12 1. Workers working above the 4 2 8 Work Supervisor
c objects. hit persons scaffold to be barricaded. scaffold must wear the chin strap
head causing all the time.
2. Any person presence or entering
head injury. 2. All the tools used during the
the barricade area below the
scaffold erection must be secured
scaffold is obligated to wear hard
with lanyard.
hat.
3. Remove unwanted loose
materials on the platform.
4.Work supervisor to ensure the
availability of Toe-boards at the
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all edges of the working


platforms.

14 Transferring the pipe Suspended Falling object to 1.Make sure nobody is present at 4 3 12 1. Use correct rope knot for pipe 4 2 8 Work Supervisor
a spools onto the pipe spools hit persons the bottom or below the spools lifed using ropes.
Scaffold. and other head causing suspended load when lifing up 2. Do not use defective ropes.
materials. head injury and the pipe spools.
body injury.

15 Installation of the Heavy Pipe Ergonomics, 1.Pipe installer to use helper to 3 3 9 1. Pre-clamp the pipe while 3 2 6 Work Supervisor
a pipe spool by Spool causing sprains, hold the pipe while the pipe is connecting or bolting the ends.
manually connecting backache, bolted or connected to another 2. Use mechanism such as jack or
shoulder injury end. chain blocks for heavy pipe spool
the pipe spools to
and wrist holding.
another pipe joints sprain.
using bolts and nuts
via flanges.

16 Adjust/Align the pre Moving pipe Finger to be 1. Communicating the work plan 2 4 8 1.Loosen the fixed pipe support to 1 4 4 Work Supervisor
a connected pipe ends. sandwiched by with the team before starting or enable the displacement
spools. both end of the engaging work steps or during the allowance while fixing the rigid
pipes causing executing the work steps. pipe and the pipe spools together.
minor fractures 2.Trained personal to perform the
and laceration piping works.
to fingers. 3.Wearing cotton or work glove
during the pipe installation.
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16 Tightening the bolts Solid built Finger 1. Use working glove while 1 3 3 1. Minimize direct contact on the 1 2 2 Work Supervisor
a and nuts on the pipe stainless laceration. performing bolts and nuts Stainless steel bolts and nuts by Project Engineer
spools flanges and steel bolts installation. using mechanical tools.I.e:
and nuts 2. Do not tighten the bolts by using Spanners and ratchet.
pipe clamps
with sharp bare hands. 2. Use torque wench to tighten the
threads and bolts and nuts to the required
washer torque of the pipes specification.
ends.
18 Dismantle of the Unauthorize Unrelated 1. Barricade the scaffold erection 3 3 9 1. Supervisor to ensure only 3 2 6 Scaffold
a Scaffold d individual person to be hit work parameter before start of related individuals are present at Supervisor
presence at by scaffold scaffold erection. the work site of scaffold
work area. members, erection.
hollow GI pipes 2. To post adequate safety sign on
and other the outer diameter barricaded
falling objects. work zone.

18 Working at Fall from 1. Employees/individual working 5 3 15 1. Supervisor to ensure that the 4 2 8 Scaffold
b height. height, causing above 2 meter of height from lanyard is firmly hooked (100% Supervisor
fatalities, ground is mandatory to wear full tie-off) onto a robust anchor
serious injury, body safety harness with double point or lifeline.
major fractures lanyard. 2. Separate or special Tool Box
and multiple Meeting to be conducted by the
injuries scaffold supervisor to the all
scaffold erectors.
3. Never be present alone on the
scaffold or perform the scaffold
erection with buddy.
4. Workers to not over reach or
access out from the scaffold
during working on the top of the

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scaffold.
5. Work supervisor to ensure the
type of work done are as
planned and according to the
type of scaffold erected.

18 Falling Falling object to 1. Work parameter below the 4 3 12 1. Workers working above the 3 2 6 Scaffold
c objects. hit persons scaffold to be barricaded. scaffold must wear the chin strap Supervisor
head causing all the time.
2. Any person presence or entering
head injury. 2. All the tools used during the
the barricade area below the
scaffold erection must be secured
scaffold is obligated to wear hard
with lanyard.
hat.
3. Remove unwanted loose
materials on the platform.
4. Work supervisor to ensure the
availability of Toe-boards at the
all edges of the working
platforms.
19 Transfer and Storage Scaffold Falling object to 1.Complete PPE to be worn during 3 3 9 1. Two people are deployed to carry 2 2 4 Working
a of the Scaffold members hit persons work not limited to safety gloves, the scaffolds member at the both Supervisor &
members sharp edges. head causing glass, shoe and hard hat. end. Scaffold
head injury. 2. Inspect the scaffold members to Supervisor
be in good and safe condition
before use.
3. Repair and protect sharp edges
and protruding parts of the
scaffold members before use.

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19 Heavy Ergonomics 1. Practice buddy system working 3 3 9 1.Do not carry more than one 3 2 6 Working
b scaffold causing during scaffold members scaffold member at one time. Supervisor &
members. Musculoskeletal mobilization and installation. 2.Only carry scaffold members and Scaffold
Disorder , not the pre-erected scaffold Supervisor
upper limb structure.
disorder, sprain 3.Use mobilization tools and
and lacerations powered lifers during
transportation of the scaffold
members.
4.Place the scaffold members as
close as possible to the working
area or the project area while
receiving the delivery of the
members from the lorry.
19 Working at Fall from 1. Employees/individual working 5 3 15 1.Supervisor to ensure that the 4 2 8 Working
c height. height, causing above 2 meter of height from lanyard is firmly hooked (100% Supervisor &
fatalities, ground is mandatory to wear full tie-off) onto a robust anchor Scaffold
serious injury, body safety harness with double point or lifeline. Supervisor
major fractures lanyard. 2.Separate or special Tool Box
and multiple Meeting to be conducted by the
injuries scaffold supervisor to the all
scaffold erectors.
3.Never be present alone on the
scaffold or perform the scaffold
erection with buddy.

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Globe Division Globe Engineering Sdn bhd RA Leader: Nicholas Irwing Approved by: Aizuddin Arman
Process: 6 Wet Riser G.I C Pipe Installation. RA Member 1: Lawrence Chinappan Signature:
Process/Activity Location: UOA Southbank, Kuala Lumpur. RA Member 2: Muhd. Hasbi

Hazard identification Risk Analysis Risk Control


Ref Work Activity Hazard Possible Injury/ Existing Risk Controls S L RL Additional Controls S L RL Implementation
Ill -health Person

19 Unauthorize Sharp edged 1. The scaffold members storage 2 3 6 1.To display signage containing 2 2 4 Working
d d personnel scaffold area is barricaded with barricade Ownership, company name, Supervisor,
access to members and tape and edged with safety cones contact number and the project Scaffold
the stored protruding 2. To place the materials away from title of the stored scaffold Supervisor &
scaffold parts causing the pedestrian walkway or members. Project Engineer.
members First aid leveled vehicles traveling route.
and the injury including
materials. minor cuts and
bruises.
20 Housekeeping of the Sharp First aid leveled 1.Wear hand protection. I.e: Cut 2 3 6 1.Eliminate contact to the lefover 2 2 4 Work Supervisor
a Work Area materials, injury including resistant hand glove or cotton materials, use cleaning tools, such
lefovers minor cuts and glove. as brooms, sweeper and etc.
with sharp bruises. 2.Use moveable dustbin, trash bin
edges. to reduce contact time on the
material and the traveled
distance carrying the material.
20 Flying steel Inhalation of 1. Wearing dust mask. 3. 4. 1. Use industrial standard vacuum 3 1 3 Work Supervisor
b and plastic the flying dusts, 2. Floor sweeping is done in low 3 2 6 cleaner to absorb or suck in all the
dust and causes chronic speed to reduce the dust and the 3 dust and the debris into the
debris. occupational debris from spreading up onto vacuum cleaner.
asthma, lung the air. 2. Contain or group the dust and
cancer. debris around the area instead of
routing out the dust and the debris
into the centralized rubbish bin or
the dust bin.

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Globe Division Globe Engineering Sdn bhd RA Leader: Nicholas Irwing Approved by: Aizuddin Arman
Process: 6 Wet Riser G.I C Pipe Installation. RA Member 1: Lawrence Chinappan Signature:
Process/Activity Location: UOA Southbank, Kuala Lumpur. RA Member 2: Muhd. Hasbi

Hazard identification Risk Analysis Risk Control


Ref Work Activity Hazard Possible Injury/ Existing Risk Controls S L RL Additional Controls S L RL Implementation
Ill -health Person

20 Wet floor, Slip and fall, 1. Wearing anti-slip safety shoe. 3. 4. 1. Using industrial blower during 2 2 4 Work Supervisor
c water pool causing minor 2. Frequently scrapping of the 3 water scrapping to increase the
on the floor fractures, access water on the floor surface floors drying process.
and sprains and using the squeeze to the nearest 3 9 2. Use Wet/Dry Industrial Vacuum
presence of minor injuries. drain or the sump channel. 2 cleaner to clear the access water
algae on the on the floor surface.
floor
surface.

A. Risk Matrix
Legend

High
Medium
Low

B. Assessment of Severity
Level Severity Description
Fatality, fatal diseases or multiple major injuries
5 Catastrophic
Serious injuries or life-threatening occupational disease
4 Major (includes amputations, major fractures, multiple injuries,
Occupational cancer, acute poisoning).
Injury requiring medical treatment or ill-health leading to
3 Moderate disability (includes lacerations, burns, sprains, minor fractures,
dermatitis, deafness, work-related upper limb disorders)
Injury or ill-health requiring first-aid only (includes minor cuts
2 Minor
and bruises, irritation, ill-health with temporary discomfort)
1 Negligible Not likely to cause injury or ill-health
C. Assessment of Likelihood
Description
Level Likelihood

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Globe Division Globe Engineering Sdn bhd RA Leader: Nicholas Irwing Approved by: Aizuddin Arman
Process: 6 Wet Riser G.I C Pipe Installation. RA Member 1: Lawrence Chinappan Signature:
Process/Activity Location: UOA Southbank, Kuala Lumpur. RA Member 2: Muhd. Hasbi

Hazard identification Risk Analysis Risk Control


Ref Work Activity Hazard Possible Injury/ Existing Risk Controls S L RL Additional Controls S L RL Implementation
Ill -health Person

Not expected to occur but still possible


1 Rare
Not likely to occur under normal circumstances
2 Remote
Possible of known to occur
3 Occasional
Common Occurrence
4 Frequent
Almost Continual or repeating experience
5
certain
D. Action for Risk Levels
Risk Level Risk Acceptability Recommended action

No additional risk control measures may be needed.


Frequent review and monitoring of hazards are required to ensure
Low Risk Acceptable
that the risk level assigned is accurate and does not increase over
time.
A careful evaluation of the hazards should be carried out to ensure that the risk level is reduced to
as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP) within a defined time period.
Medium Risk Tolerable Interim risk control measures, such as administrative controls or PPE, may be implemented while
longer term measures are being established.
Management attention is required.
High Risk level must be reduced to at least Medium Risk before work commences.
There should not be any interim risk control measures. Risk control measures should not be overly
High Risk Not acceptable dependent on PPE or appliances.
If practicable, the hazard should be eliminated before work commences.
Management review is required before work commences.

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